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Salang Indah Resort

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#22 of 29 B&Bs / Inns in Pulau Tioman
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Shasha Is Awesome wrote a review Aug 2020
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia19 contributions8 helpful votes
The Resort has had major upgrade. You'd realize some rooms looks new and some a little run-down. We took two rooms, SV7 & SV8. If travelling with family and/or friends, it should be fine but if you're only booking one room, note that you will be sharing your verandah with your direct neighbour. There is a little partition in between, but the next room can simply walk into your verandah. Best is to book with friends/family so sharing of verandah wouldn't be an issue. Water pressure wasn't good. Should improvise on that. We ended up bathing using the bidet instead of the shower because the pressure was good (bidet). The aircond is new but was faulty. The technicians from the resort fixed it for us immediately. Food served was tasty and good. Ordering extra food was reasonably priced. Not expensive at all. The resort has lots of cats and kittens. If you're planning to stay here, may I humbly ask that you bring some food for the cats? They seemed pretty hungry all the time. 😻😻
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Andy wrote a review Jul 2020
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Not worth at all... either to stay in or only restaurant, really not worth it.. also the staff very rude... not strategic also coz the beach in front not suitable for swimming.. better to choose others, still a lot more in walking distance ie: salang sayang, salang pusaka, etc. Salang Dream for me the best restaurant here with good price, tasty n great service.. Definitely will blacklist this Salang Indah..
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Taufix J wrote a review Mar 2020
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia27 contributions3 helpful votes
Me and my family really love this resort, no corals in the beachfront but lots of colourful fish. Restaurant food not taste really good but not bad. Our room RT1 is very clean and nice, just lack of water pipes. Overall this resort is great. Nearby jetty and lots of shop and restaurant.
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Hanna R wrote a review Jan 2020
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia24 contributions6 helpful votes
Booked here as the other resorts were full. When we entered the room there was a damp smell that probably came from the carpets. The room looked straight out of a 60s. The bathroom sink looked dirty, and the water heater had on and off hot water. The room seemed like it hadnt been used in a long while. The only good thing was they provided clean towels and the aircond was working well. Other than that, i would suggest for you to not book here if you have any other choice.
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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Felicia Soo wrote a review Aug 2019
Vaslui County, Romania260 contributions80 helpful votes
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We took the water taxi from Tekek to Salang with this company for RM50 and the AC room with RM150 a night. Towels are provided, really hard pillows to sleep with and unfortunately mosquitoes fly in all directions to the room . It has many restaurants nearby and the nearer it is to the jetty, the pricier it is. BBQ is available all nights. Alcohol is being sold at a travel agency when you turn right from the jetty, the only place on Salang beach, the Malay restaurant next to it would not mind if you drink them at their premise.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Pratush wrote a review Oct 2018
New Delhi, India238 contributions92 helpful votes
Visited to have lunch and dinner while my stay at Salang Bay. The restaurant is pretty nice and looks neat and clean. Their prices is also not very high as compared to other restaurants and quantity of food you receive is a lot. But when it comes to taste it's not really good after eating at other places located within the bay.
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Date of stay: September 2018
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Kenneth L wrote a review Aug 2018
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-2 queen-size bedroom and toilet was spacious and clean. -Warm water for shower was good -Easily accessible from the jetty -However, very small toilet sink -Hot water kettle provided -Beach is just outside room
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
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Lawrence F wrote a review Jul 2018
Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia4 contributions2 helpful votes
Booked 2 seaview rooms (supposed to be the most expensive). Some of the not so nice discovery are : 1. Ants in the room, 2. Air cond in 1 room was not working & requested for technician but never turn up till we checked out!. Luckily we discovered its the remort control fault. Wash bash tap was spoilt with water dripping and water cannot be drained from the basin. The rain shower stall was also spoilt. Pillows were hard and uncomfortable. Will definitely avoid this resort next time.
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Yun D wrote a review Jun 2018
Seminyak, Indonesia29 contributions1 helpful vote
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Initially, I got the 4 person, standard sea view chalet for RM190 (School Holiday). However, the cabinet was creaking from the shaking of the wooden floor, the toilet floor was brown and unwashed, the toilet drain pump was not working, the sink tap was broken, the aircon was leaking water, the wooden planks on the floor had holes and the lock was not even working! I went back to the reception to ask for a new room, and they offered an upgrade (RM350 per night) to the garden view quad room, which had far better conditions. See pictures for the new room. This room looked newly built and thus had far better conditions. Furthermore, as it was only slightly higher up than the sea view chalet, we had a good view of the sea whilst having the comfort of a newly built room, so that was excellent.
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Date of stay: June 2018
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Room Tip: Go for the more expensive rooms, they are newer and way more liveable. After a long day out at...
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McKBergin wrote a review Aug 2017
Sydney25 contributions63 helpful votes
Note: There is a serious problem pre-booking accommodation in Salang. We originally tried to book at the Salang Sayang – absolutely no luck. We then tried the Salang Indah directly – again with no luck. We just happened to find an agent who dealt with the Salang Indah – Simon at Holidaygogogo. If you do decide to book at the Indah, Simon offers excellent service and great communication. He is unquestionably your best bet for a confirmed booking. Firstly, in terms of location, the Salang Sayang is absolutely the pick. Right on that postcard bay – it can’t be beat. So, to the Salang Indah. This was a really mixed experience. We had visited once on a day trip before and really enjoyed it. Things have changed. The Indah is a backpacker place that happens to have a group of rooms with the best views on the island. In order to capitalise, the owners have decided to charge prices which are starting to get up to those of the Berjaya – a genuine, well-run resort near Tekek. So we picked one of the Sunset View ‘villas’ – with the aforementioned “to die for” view. Well, no question – the view was first class, as was the very comfortable bed. But be aware that the pillows are very firm and no options for anything different. BYO pillow if you can’t sleep well on a brick. As for the rest of the experience – pure backpacker or below. Having paid RM380/night for a room, would you expect towels (like they show in the promo pics)? Or toilet paper? Not at the Indah – at least not without going back to reception to ask and paying extra for the privilege. Sitting on the balcony watching that amazing view, would you like a table for your drink or snacks? Good luck. If one of the other rooms isn’t using theirs you might be able to pinch it – but you’ll be reluctant to do so because it is so stained and grubby you won’t want to put anything on it. Now the air con does work well – except that it drips on the floor at about 2am every morning for some unexplained reason. Outside the room, the Indah restaurant is the best looking place in Salang – just a real shame that the staff regard anyone coming to the restaurant as an interruption to their smoking or chat breaks. But the menu is pretty broad – except that there’s almost nothing available. We tried to eat there twice – and gave up. On the 2nd morning we tried for breakfast, to be told that there were plain pancakes or baked beans and toast – everything else was out. But surprisingly, every other place at Salang had whatever was on their menu – it seems that the Indah either couldn’t be bothered cooking or had failed to order supplies. Not great in either case. So the reality of staying at the Salang Indah is that regardless of how much you pay, you’re going to stay at a backpacker joint and will for the most part be completely on your own – which given the attitude of the staff is probably a blessing. If you can work out how to book at the Salang Sayang (apart from just turning up and taking your chances) then do so – and leave the Indah to people who don’t do their research or who have, for whatever reason, no other option.
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Date of stay: July 2017
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: The sunset villas do have great views, no question
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